In the last article we discussed how to make sure a goal was worth striving for. If you haven’t already read it, do that now by following this link.
Today we are going to do the next steps in making it an achievable outcome, and not just a dream.
“A goal without a plan is just a wish” – Antoine de Saint-Exupéry
The next few steps are short and quick, though you should do them twice, once by yourself and once with your coach (if you have one).
- Who will you become as a result of achieving the outcome. E.g. My answer to this was – Magic Mike, just kidding, it was Nuggin 2.0. But it can be whatever you want it to be. What is the first thing that comes to your mind?
- What is the timeframe for the outcome? E.g. in 6 months, on November 14th 2020 I want to have a Beach Body
- How will I measure the outcome? E.g. I will fit into an old pair of jeans I have outgrown and my shirt will be tight around the arms, not the belly.
- How will I celebrate the achievement? E.g. I will go out with my family for a day in the park or to the fish markets and have sashimi.
Now we are on the home stretch!
There are only 2 steps left, making a MAP (Massive Action Plan) and getting your mindset right. This is best done with someone who can actually help you in that field. So if it is for fitness, do this with a personal trainer alongside a Hypnotherapist/NLP Practitioner.
Before you say, I can’t afford it, how much would it be worth to actually do what you said? I had been putting off training for 2 years, then when I studied NLP I partnered up with a classmate, and they helped me shift my mindset, which took all of 5 minutes, and then they recommended Personal trainers that could help me achieve the goal I wanted.
What I failed to achieve for 5 years, was achieved in 5 weeks, and I saved thousands of dollars from switching from eating out to making my own food on the regular.
Are you ready to make that change?
If you need help finding a Hypnotherapist/NLP practitioner let me know in the comments below or drop me a DM on Insta and I will refer some ethical practitioners.